Peter J. Minkow
1981: JD Franklin Pierce Law Center (Now UNH School of Law), Concord, NH
1972: Master of Public Health – University of California, Berkeley, California
1968: Bachelor of Arts – University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Recipient of the New Hampshire Bar Association's President’s Award.
Awarded a Rating of BV Distinguished by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating – Very High Rating in Both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards

Peter has been practicing law since being admitted to the New Hampshire Bar in 1981. Prior to entering private practice, he served in the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office where he was the first Director of the Medicaid Fraud Unit. Since 1986, Peter has been in private practice in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. He provides both litigation and transactional services, appearing in District and Probate Divisions of the Circuit Court, Superior Court and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. His practice includes general civil litigation, institutional and private party collections and mortgage foreclosures, landlord/tenant, real estate, business formation and commercial transactions, estate planning, probate administration as well as municipal and land use law.

Peter has served as Chairman of the Laconia Zoning Board of Adjustment and President of the Genesis Behavioral Health Board of Directors.

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Teresa Mahoney Mullen
JD University of Maine School of Law
BA Smith College

Board Member NH Conflict Resolution Association
Board Certified Guardian Ad Litem
Board Certified Family Mediator
Completion of 32 Hour Rule 170 Mediation Training (Hess Gehris Solutions)
Family Law Section Member-NH Bar Association
SCOPE Program Volunteer-Belknap County Superior Court

Teresa has been practicing family law since 1993 and serves as a Guardian ad Litem since 1995. In her practice Teresa is frequently called upon to mediate disputes related to parenting, finances, housing, and other issues. Her approach to the practice of law is that mediated and/or negotiated settlements allow the parties to have a significant role in resolving their differences and avoiding litigation. Her work with families all over the state taught her that there is no single manner in which to resolve family conflict and that each case presents a unique set of facts which require an individualized approach to dispute resolution. Mediation allows each family to create the plan or agreement which will guide them in the future, rather than engaging in emotionally and financially costly litigation. If the parties cannot reach a final resolution in the mediation process, said process often narrows the disputed issues and eventual focus of trial.

Teresa’s practice includes family law, guardianships, private and court-appointed mediation, review of negotiated settlements, in-court representation, estate planning and probate administration.

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